Update | At least 35 killed, over 90 injured in Baghdad twin blasts



At least 35 people were killed, over 90 injured in a twin suicide bombing in Tayaran Square in the Iraqi capital Baghdad, BBC reported citing local officials.

The attack was carried out by two men with suicide vests packed with explosives, and the death toll was likely to rise as more bodies are being recovered, the interior ministry said.

The site of the attack is a busy square where large crowds of construction workers gather to find work.

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has issued orders for the security forces to track the extremist terrorists and bring them to justice, according to Xinhua news agency.