More than 100 people were killed in a series of coordinated attacks in Paris on Friday. The attackers, armed with assault rifles and explosives, targeted several popular locations across the city. Below is the sequence of events, according to Paris prosecutor Francois Molins. Full coverage
During a soccer match between France and Germany, an explosion is detonated outside the stadium north of Paris.
Two bodies found later were linked to the blast; one appeared to be a suicide bomber and the other a passerby, according to Molins.
Masked attackers armed with Kalashnikovs shoot into restaurants in Paris' 10th district, killing 15 people, according to the prosecutor.
Witnesses say the attackers arrived in a black vehicle, he said.
A second explosion is detonated outside the stadium. The body of a second suicide bomber is found later, with an explosive vest identical to the first, according to Molins.
Five people are killed in a shooting outside a bar in Paris' 11th district, according to the prosecutor.
The attackers arrived in a black car, the prosecutor said.
Attackers in a black car open fire with assault rifles outside a restaurant, killing 19.
A suicide bomber explodes in a restaurant, using a device similar to that used by the bombers at the stadium, according to the prosecutor. Several people are injured, but no deaths are reported.
Three attackers open fire during a rock concert and then take audience members hostage. After gathering hostages in front of the stage, the attackers give a brief speech, mentioning Iraq and Syria.
At 12:20 a.m., French elite police units storm the concert hall, killing one of the attackers. The other two detonate suicide belts as police enter.
According to the prosecutor, 89 people were killed, not including the attackers.
A third explosion at the stadium is detonated. The body of a suicide bomber is discovered later, according to the prosecutor.