French President Francois Hollande said at least 127 were killed in a series of six attacks in Paris from Friday -- including shootings, explosions and a hostage situation at a concert hall
In a speech delivered Saturday, Hollande blamed ISIS for the attacks and called it an "act of war." He described it as an attack coordinated from outside with accomplices in France.
Three days of national mourning in France has been declared, according to the French president.
Eight attackers are dead and seven died detonating suicide vests, according to Agence France-Presse, citing police. The hostage situation at the theater, Bataclan concert hall, was over. A witness in the theater told ABC News she heard gunmen shout "Syria!"
French police said they believed all of the attackers involved in the shootings and bombings were dead, but authorities were searching for accomplices.
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