he death toll in twin blasts at Islamic University Islamabad has hit six where two suicide attackers bombed a women's cafeteria and a faculty building Tuesday, reports ARY NEWS.
The blast at the cafeteria left bits of flesh splattered on the floor and shattered glass. The second attack took place in the Islamic law department.

At least 21 injured have been brought to PIMS hospital in the federal capital where many of them are in critical condition, authorities said. The injured included 14 girls among four said to be in serious condition.

The International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) was established in the 1980s. Its sprawling campus, on the outskirts of the city, has more than 12,000 students, nearly half of them women. Many of the students come from abroad.