Police: Explosion and shootout in Paris restaurant; fatalities reported

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UPDATE: (AP) Head of Paris police says all attackers are believed to be dead

PREVIOUS REPORT: Paris prosecutor says death toll in attacks at 6 sites could exceed 120. 5 attackers may be dead in attacks across city

PREVIOUS REPORT: As many as 100 people were killed in a hostage situation in a Paris concert hall, AP reports.

PREVIOUS REPORT: Police: Assault on Paris concert hall with hostages is over, at least 2 attackers killed.

As many as 60 people are confirmed dead after a series of attacks in Paris. Explosions heard in Paris are said to be that of a suicide bomber. A mangled body has been found outside of the Stade de France soccer stadium.

France borders are closed.

PREVIOUS REPORT: Police official: Around 100 hostages taken at Paris theater; 35 dead .

PREVIOUS REPORT 4:05 p.m.- Police: At least 26 dead in violence around Paris, hostage-taking in theater.

PREVIOUS REPORT: French police are reporting 18 casualties between a bar, nightclub, and restaurant involved with the Paris shooting and explosion.

A least two people have been killed and seven others wounded an explosion at a bar and a shooting at a restaurant in Paris.

Witnesses said there were bodies lying on the ground outside the restaurant and police had cordoned off the area after the attack in the 10th arrondissement, local media reported.

The explosion took place near the Stade de France, where the national football team  are playing Germany.

President Francois Hollande was removed from the stadium after the shooting, according to iTele.

It was not immediately clear if the two attacks were connected.