Taoiseach says Paris atrocities are a "shocking attack on humanity"
Around 118 people feared dead in city's Bataclan concert hall
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has described the appalling bloodshed in Paris tonight as "a shocking attack on humanity".
Kenny issued a statement on Twitter following simultaneous terrorist attacks in the French capital which have left around 140 dead and many others seriously wounded.
In a sickening night of carnage, up to 100 people taken hostage at the Bataclan concert hall in the centre of the city are believed to have been slaughtered by terrorists.
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