Here are the LIVE updates:
6.21 am: Attacks in Paris that killed more than 100 people violate all human and moral values, Qatar’s foreign minister said in a statement.
6.14 am: The deadly gun and bomb attacks in Paris on Friday night prompted stern responses from Republican presidential candidates, with Jeb Bush calling them a war on the West and Ben Carson saying Syrian refugees should be barred entry into the United States.
6.14 am: Eurostar says trains will run on Saturday but offering free exchange to those who do not wish to travel after Paris attacks: Tweet
6.13 am: Gunmen who stormed a Paris concert hall killing several people and taking hostages have been killed, French President Francois Hollande said on Friday, adding that France would be ruthless against those who carried out the attacks.
5.48 am: Belgium has imposed frontier controls on road, rail and air arrivals from France following Friday’s attacks in Paris, a spokesman for Prime Minister Charles Michel said.
5.27 am: France’s foreign ministry said airports in the country would remain open and flights and rail services would continue despite co-ordinated attacks across Paris.
5.09 am: Police operation at Paris Bataclan concert hall over: Witness
5.09 am: Dozens killed in attacks in Paris, French President Francois Hollande declares emergency
5.06 am: The United Nations Security Council condemned the “barbaric and cowardly terrorist attacks” in Paris on Friday.
5.03 am: The US Embassy in Paris is making every effort to account for American citizens in the city following a series of attacks on Friday, Secretary of State John Kerry said in a statement.
4.56 am: Police operation at Paris Bataclan Concert Hall over: Reuters reporter
4.53 am: US Secretary of State Kerry says Paris embassy making every effort to account for US citizens after attacks
04:42 am: Explosions, gunshots heard near Bataclan concert hall Paris: Witness