Papers and publications across France dedicated their front pages to the deadly Friday evening in Paris, where more than 100 people were killed in attacks across the city.

L'Equipe, France's version of Sports Illustrated, was especially poignant, since one of the attacks occurred just outside France's main soccer stadium.

Here's left-leaning daily Liberation:


Right-leaning Le Figaro: "War in the heart of Paris."

Le Parisien, Paris' New York Post: "This time, it's war."


The attacks are also front page news in the rest of the country. Here's Marseille's La Provence:

La Voix du Nord in Pas-de-Calais:


Toulon's Var-Matin

Havre Libre in the country's northeast


L'Est Republicaine in Lorraine: "At War."

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