Paris Attacks: What we know today

24 HOURS on from the devastating Paris terror attacks, France and the world remains in shock, but determined to stand together against those responsible.

The death toll stands at 129, with 352 injured (99 critical), after seven coordinated attacks across the city.

Most of those killed were French nationals, but it has been confirmed there are also victims from the US, Belgium, Tunisia, Romania, Britain, Portugal, Spain and Sweden.


Australian woman, Emma Parkinson, 19, is being treated in hospital after being wounded in a shooting outside the Bataclan theatre.

Her condition is not known.

Prosecutor Francois Molins has confirmed, the attackers worked in three teams and seven of the terrorists have been killed.

Islamic State jihadists have claimed responsibility for the series of attacks at a concert hall, restaurants and the national stadium.

While Belgium police raided a neighbourhood in the capital Brussels and arrested several suspects.

A car rented in Belgium with Belgian licence plates was found near the Bataclan concert hall.

Overnight, the City of Lights was plunged into darkness as the lights were turned off at popular landmarks including the Eiffel Tower, which will remain closed indefinitely.

Other landmarks across Australia and around the globe showed their support by turning the colour of the French flag.