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ISIS Group Claims Paris Attacks that Killed 128

At least 18 people were killed in a series of gun attacks across Paris on Friday, as well as explosions outside the national stadium where France was hosting Germany.

NOVEMBER 14, 2015 2:15 PM ET // BY DISCOVERY NEWS

AP PHOTO/MICHEL EULER/CORBIS Police officers secure the Stade de France stadium, where explosions were heard Friday.

French President Francois Hollande also blamed the Islamic extremist group and called the coordinated assault on Friday night at six different sites an "act of war."

At least eight militants, all wearing suicide vests, brought unprecedented violence to the streets of the French capital in the worst attacks in Europe since the 2004 Madrid train bombings.

Glimpses from the streets of the Paris attacks https://t.co/0J1wJPlMY6pic.twitter.com/nSlcHErfr5

BREAKING: 2 confirmed attacks 1KM apart at the #Bataclan concert hall & a restaurant in the 10th district. pic.twitter.com/n1Fuagrixf

Hostages inside concert hall say 6-8 attackers, searching for people hiding, exchanging gunfire w/police #Parispic.twitter.com/BoXlDuSBfs

Attacks in #Paris took place at seven locations: security source https://t.co/ukky6xBQZ7pic.twitter.com/sdkLezCbT8