At least 129 people are dead, and another 349 injured, after the three teams of jihadis attacked the Stade de France football stadium, a handful of bars and cafes, and then finally the Bataclan concert hall. The violence at the Bataclan unfolded as part of a series of co-ordinated ISIS attacks across the heart of Paris on Friday evening in the worst violence to strike France since the Second World War.

The city of love is still reeling from the aftermath. Questions are being raised over government's ability to restore sense of security It's been just 10 months since the Charlie Hebdo attacks brought panic and bloodshed to the streets of Paris. So, where does France go from here? And how does the government restore a sense of security?

While the city ponders and the world prays, here are a few images from the days that followed the attacks:

People hold hands to form a human solidarity chain near the site of the attack at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris.

People place flowers outside Le Carillon restaurant, one of the attack sites in Paris.

Bullet impacts are seen in cafe window as a man places a candle outside one of the attack sites in Paris.

People pay their respect at one of the attack sites in Paris.

Sheet music is seen amongst candles near the site of the attack at the Bataclan concert hall.

Flowers and candles are placed near the scene of a shooting the day after a series of deadly attacks.

A rose placed in a bullet hole in a restaurant window the day after a series of deadly attacks.

A message is written on a statue near the scene of a shooting the day after a series of deadly attacks.

Bullet impacts are seen in the window of a restaurant window.

A man uses his phone to take a picture the scene of a shooting.

Books are seen placed outside the Le Carillon restaurant.

Bullet impacts are seen in the window of the Le Carillon restaurant.

Police investigators work at the scene of a shooting in a bar in Rue de le Fontaine.

Bullet impacts are seen in the window of a restaurant window the day after a series of deadly attacks in Paris.

Flowers are seen placed on the doorstep of the Le Carillon restaurant.

Police investigators pass near a sign smeared with what appears to be blood near the Stade de France stadium.

People pray outside Le Carillon restaurant, one of the attack sites in Paris