This story may be updated...At least 127 are dead and dozens more are wounded after gunmen and bombers attacked a concert venue, the Stade de France sports stadium, and nightlife spots around Paris on Friday night.#ParisAttacks TweetsSpeaking in a televised address to the nation on Saturday, French President François Hollande called the attacks an \u0022act of war\u0022 and vowed to \u0022act by all means anywhere, inside or outside the country\u0022 to \u0022triumph over the barbarism.\u0022Former president Nicolas Sarkozy added in a statement: \u0022The war we must wage should be total.\u0022According to news outlets, the Islamic State (ISIS) has released a statement claiming responsibility for the attacks and threatening further attacks against France. The group reportedly said the killings were in response to airstrikes against its militants, adding France would remain a \u0022key target.\u0022France is a member of the U.S.-led coalition waging airstrikes against ISIS fighters in Syria and Iraq; the country launched its first airstrikes in Syria in late September.During a meeting with a delegation of French lawmakers in Damascus on Saturday, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said France\u0026#039;s \u0022mistaken policies... had contributed to the spread of terrorism.\u0022The attacks in Paris come just days after suicide bombings in Beirut killed more than 40.Responding to the attacks on Twitter, The Intercept\u0026#039;s Murtaza Hussain noted that \u0022these things are all connected.\u0022Violence was never just going to stay \u0022over there\u0022, and its not only a big deal when it comes home.— Murtaza Hussain (@MazMHussain) November 13, 2015A state of emergency, declared by Hollande on Friday evening, remains in place on Saturday. Hollande also declared three days of national mourning.France 24 reports that the French government has banned public demonstrations in Paris and the surrounding area until Thursday, with Paris police chief Michel Cadot saying authorities cannot \u0022provide security for specific marches or gatherings.\u0022The Guardian is live-blogging developments here. France 24 is doing so here. The BBC\u0026#039;s live feed is here.