Paris Prosecutor Francois Molins says the death toll in attacks at six sites around the French capital could exceed 120 victims.
Over 100 hostages were killed before police raided concert venue the Bataclan theatre, where band Eagles of Death Metal were performing a concert.
The hostage-taking was one in a series of at least six attacks across the French capital.
The attacks began around 11 p.m. Paris time on Friday night, shootings reportedly happened at two restaurants. Several explosions also reportedly happened at a bar near the Stade de France during a France-Germany soccer match.
The attacks prompted French President Fracois Hollande to announce the country was shutting its borders and declaring a state of emergency. He also put Paris under its first mandatory curfew since 1944.
Hollande also cancelled his trip to the G20 summit in Turkey, which begins Sunday.
French Police say they believe all eight of the attackers involved in the shooting have been killed. Head of Paris police, Micheal Cadot, says officials are still searching for possible accomplices in the wake of the attacks.
US President Barack Obama held a press conference, calling the attacks an “outrageous attempt to terrorize innocent civilians.” He also called it “an attack on all of humanity, & the universal values that we share.”
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also issued a statement following the attacks, calling the attacks “deeply worrying and unsettling to people around the world.” He says “We will keep people apprised as more unfold but I’ve spoken to our national security team to insure that everything is being done.”
Mayor John Tory says he will be holding a vigil at Nathan Philips Square on Saturday.
— John Tory (@JohnTory) November 14, 2015