The City of Light is on lockdown. Terrorists have killed at least 150 in six attacks across the French capital tonight. Police say that all the attackers have been killed after launching an assault at the Bataclan Theatre where about 100 were reportedly killed. Two suicide attacks, the first ever in France, in addition to an explosion near the Stade de France, left Parisians reeling just 10 months after the attack on Charlie Hebdo. President Francois Hollande declared a national state of emergency, adding border controls and mobilizing 1,500 troops in and around Paris.