What follows is a brief timeline of the the Paris attacks, as well as many exclusive photographs taken by SOFREP correspondent James Reed.

21:20 Friday: Stade de France

The first explosion happened outside Stade de France at entrance D around 21:20 as France played Germany in a game of football. Moments later, a second blast was heard inside the stadium. Each blast was carried out by a suicide bomber, both wearing similar explosive belts. Both blasts happened on the street of Rue Rimet. French President Francois Hollande was at the stadium watching the match. He was safely evacuated from the venue. Four people were killed outside the venue.

21:25: Shootings at restaurants Le Carillon and Le Petit Cambodge

Armed with Kalashnikov (AK-47 and AK-74) assault rifles—the most common rifle platform in this part of the world—gunmen arrived in a black vehicle at the corner of Rue Alibert and Rue Bichat in Paris’s 10th district. The masked terrorists killed 15 people at the restaurants Le Carillon and Le Petit Cambodge. Ten more people were seriously wounded. According to some news sources, over 100 empty cartridges were discovered at the scene by the police. It sounds like a simple drive-by shooting—most likely the gunmen were just dumping mags on full auto as they went by.