Army units have reportedly been sent to secure the scene of a fatal shooting in northern Paris.
Images posted to social media show the men sealing off the streets surrounding the police station where the incident took place.
AFP reporter Marie Giffard has tweeted this image:
Police are reportedly using dogs to search the scene of a fatal shooting in northern Paris for explosives.
A journalist from French newspaper Liberation posted this image to Twitter, that appears to show a police dog handler and his animal nearby.
Un chien formé à la détection d'explosifs de la police scientifique arrive pour des analyses https://t.co/dOT9s9KKxE
The man shot dead outside a Paris police station earlier today was wearing a "fake" suicide explosive vest, a police union source has told Reuters.
"The man did have a belt, but it was a fake. The bomb-disposal unit confirmed it was a fake," the police union source said.
Reports of the attack came just after President Francois Hollande concluded a sombre speech at police headquarters to mark the anniversary of the killings at satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo's offices on 7 January 2015.
Paris metro trains have been suspended on lines near to a fatal shooting of a man outside a police station in the city.
A man carrying a knife and shouting 'Allah Akbar' was shot dead outside the station in the 18th arrondissement, prompting the shutdown.
Paris police are investigating shooting of a knife-wielding man at a police station in the north of the city as potential "terrorism", according to officials.
A knife-wielding man who attempted to attack a Paris police station may have been wearing a suicide belt and shouting "Allah Akbar", a French interior spokesperson has said.
The man was shot dead by police as he tried to enter the station.
Images on social media, apparently of the scene, show a bomb-disposal robot examining a prone body outside the police station.
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A man has reportedly been shot outside a police station in northern Paris, according to the AFP news agency.
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