A man who survived an explosion near to the Stade de France in Paris says his mobile phone saved his life. At least three people in explosions outside of the stadium on 13 November.

Sylvestre, who was walking nearby, said to iTele, "I was crossing the street and straight away, boom, it exploded right in front of me. Everything was blown to bits and I felt stuff flying around and I left, I fell and then I got back up. And that's when you guys saw me, you were already there,"

"So this is the cellphone that took the hit, it's what saved me," he added. The French football team were playing Germany in a friendly match at the time of the explosion.

Gunmen and bombers have left at least 127 people dead, after restaurants and a music venue were also targeted. At least 87 people were killed in the Bataclan venue, where four attackers executed members of the audience before blowing themselves up.

Islamic State (Isis) has claimed responsibility for the attacks.