A series of shootings and explosions took place in and around Paris from the evening of 13 November 2015 until the early hours of 14 November.
Three separate explosions and six shootings were reported to have occurred within the city. This included a bombing near the Stade de France in the northern suburb of Saint-Denis.
The deadliest attack was at the Bataclan theatre where attackers took hostages and engaged in a standoff with police until it was ended at 00:58 CET.
At least 120 people are reported to have died, with 87 of those deaths occurring at the Bataclan theatre. More than 200 people were injured during the attacks, including 80 people who were listed as being in serious condition.
Eight of the attackers had been killed while others remained at large. As a result of the attacks, French President François Hollande announced a state of emergency and, subsequently, temporary controls on the borders of France. It was the first nation-wide state of emergency since the end of the Second World War.
The attack is suspected to be an act of ISIS. France had been on high alert since the January 2015 Île-de-France attacks in Paris, which killed 17.
The attack was the largest act of terrorism on the European continent since the 2004 Madrid train bombings.