Paris Terror Attacks: Minute-by-minute account of how the attacks in Paris unfolded
Paris prosecutor Francois Molins gave a minute-by-minute account of how the attacks in Paris unfolded yesterday.
:: 9.20pm - One victim was killed when the first explosion went off in Saint Denis near the Stade de France during a football match between France and Germany. The body of a terrorist was found at the scene wearing a suicide belt filled with shrapnel.
:: 9.25pm - 15 people were killed and 10 injured at Le Carillon bar and Le Petit Cambodge restaurant in Rue Alibert in the city's 10th district. Terrorists armed with kalashnikovs were seen pulling up in a black Seat car before opening fire.
:: 9.30pm - A second explosion went off outside the Stade de France. The body of another suicide bomber was discovered at the scene with a similar explosive belt.
:: 9.32pm - Five people died and eight were injured in a shooting outside La Bonne Biere bar in the 11th district. The gunmen arrived in the same car and armed with similar weapons to the first shooting.
:: 9.36pm - 19 people were killed and nine injured at La Belle Equipe restaurant on Rue de Charonne in the 11th district. A black Seat car was spotted at the scene and the gunmen were again armed with kalashnikovs.
:: 9.40pm - One person was seriously injured when a suicide explosive, similar to those used in the other attacks, was detonated inside the Voltaire restaurant in Boulevard Voltaire, 11th district.
:: 9.40pm - 89 people were shot dead and "many" injured when three armed men took hostages and opened fire into the crowd during a rock concert at Le Bataclan. The attackers were heard mentioning Syria and Iraq during the massacre. They arrived at the venue in a black Polo car.
:: 9.53pm - Third explosion took place on Rue de la Coquerie, near the Stade de France. The body of a third suicide bomber wearing an explosive belt was found at the scene.
:: 12.20am - The three terrorists at Le Bataclan were killed. One was shot dead by French police, the other two blew themselves up.
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