Paris, Nov 14 (ANI): The streets of Paris were unusually empty on Saturday (November 14), the morning after a series of attacks at locations across the capital in which French President Francois Hollande said 127 people had died. Gunmen and bombers attacked restaurants, a concert hall and a sports stadium in a deadly rampage that a shaken Hollande called an unprecedented terrorist attack. Shortly after the attacks, France declared a national state of emergency - the first since World War Two. Border controls were temporarily reimposed to stop perpetrators escaping. The Paris metro railway was closed and schools, universities and municipal buildings were ordered to stay shut on Saturday. And the impact was visible on the streets. Large public gatherings were also forbidden, including food markets which usually take place across the capital every weekends.