Photos of Paris attacks show scenes of chaos

Gunfire and explosions echoed through the streets of Paris Friday where more than 100 people were killed in multiple deadly attacks around the city. Following is a look at images from some of the scenes.

More than 100 people killed in multiple attacks

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More than 100 people have been killed in a series of attacks in Paris that have prompted the French president to close the country's borders and declare a state of emergency.

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François Hollande, flanked by prominent officials, addresses reporters near the Bataclan concert hall in central Paris, where police are reporting that about 100 hostages are dead, including two attackers, following a hostage situation.

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Heavily armed police raid the Bataclan concert hall. The venue was one of several hit by gunmen and bombers in Paris on Friday evening. Dozens of people were killed in what a shaken French president described as an unprecedented attack.

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Police officers and rescue workers gather around victims of the Paris attacks outside a restaurant in the 10th arrondissement — one of at least six separate locations where attacks were reported around the French capital.

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A French police officer on the lookout for shooters in front of restaurant Le Petit Cambodge. 

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Fire brigade members remove a man from the Bataclan concert hall, near the Marais neighbourhood, in central Paris.

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Reporters take cover near the Bataclan concert hall.

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Police officers stand guard outside an emergency meeting at the Élysée Palace, the official residence of the president. 

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A couple take comfort on the pitch of the Stade de France after hundreds of people spilled onto the field following a pair of blasts.

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People stream out of the Stade de France, in Saint Denis, just outside Paris, after a friendly soccer match between France and Germany. 

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Earlier in the day, police evacuate the Molitor Hotel, where the German soccer team is staying, ahead of Friday's match.

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