The Islamic State terror group on Saturday claimed responsibility for multiple terror attacks in Paris late Friday in which more than 120 people were killed.
Hundreds more were injured, and dozens of people were being treated in critical condition at Paris hospitals on Saturday.
Eight terrorists are known to have died.
Here is where the killers struck in what French President Francois Hollande called an “unprecedented” wave of terror attacks in his country.
One of the best-known popular music venues in Paris, the Bataclan attracts a range of bands, and was set to host California-based band Eagles of Death Metal on Friday night.
The attackers first sprayed cafes outside the concert hall with machine-gun fire, then went inside and opened fire on the panicked audience, according to the Paris police chief.
As police closed in, the attackers detonated suicide vests, killing themselves and setting off explosions. Dozens of people were killed.
The neighborhood around the concert hall, like many of the sites targeted Friday, is known for a vibrant nightlife. The club is on Boulevard Voltaire, in a trendy neighborhood at the intersection of the 10th, 11th and 3rd arrondissements, or city districts.
STADE DE FRANCE
Two suicide attacks and a bombing were carried out simultaneously near the national soccer stadium, where France and Germany were playing an exhibition match.
The attacks occurred near two of the stadium entrances and at a nearby McDonald’s restaurant, according to Gregory Goupil of the Alliance Police Nationale, whose region includes the area around the stadium.
He said at least three people died in the attacks.
French President Francois Hollande, who often attends national matches, was evacuated from the stadium. The 80,000-seat venue was built for the 1998 World Cup.
LA BELLE EQUIPE
The sidewalk terrace of this cafe on Rue de Charonne was showered in gunfire, killing as many as 18 people, according to the Paris prosecutor.
Emergency workers covered bodies splayed on the sidewalk of the traditional Parisian cafe, whose name is a play on the expression “Le Belle Epoque.”
LE CARILLON and LE PETIT CAMBODGE
Le Carillon, a bar-cafe, and the nearby Cambodian restaurant Le Petit Cambodge were apparently both targeted with gunfire, killing around 14 people and leaving several gravely injured, according to the prosecutor.
They are at the junction of Rue Bichat and Rue Alibert
Witnesses described sounds like fireworks, before they realized the gravity of the situation and tried to hide, or flee.