Paris attackers dead, police say, after shootings and explosions kill at least 150 – live updates
- All five attackers believed to have been killed, but police say ‘accomplices’ could be on loose
- Around 200 people injured, 80 seriously
- Shootings and explosions took place across city and Stade de #France
- Witness accounts across Paris: ‘I saw my final hour unfurl before me’
- Read the latest summary
The White House has published a readout of a call between Barack Obama and François Hollande on Friday evening:
President Obama spoke by phone this evening with President Hollande of France to offer the condolences of the American people for the horrific terrorist attacks in #Paris earlier this evening.
The president reiterated the United States’ steadfast, unwavering support for the people of France, our oldest ally and friend, and reaffirmed the offer of any necessary support to the French investigation.
Although François Hollande said earlier that France would be closing its borders but what does that mean in practice?
Airports remain open and flights have left the capital, but some airlines, including American Airlines, said they would be delaying flights to Paris. Many, including United, Delta, and Air France KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, were operating normally.