KARBALA  - A suicide bomber struck in an area between major shrines in the Iraqi holy city of Karbala, wounding 10 people, while other attacks left five dead, officials said. Jamal al-Din Shahristani, an official at the Imam Hussein shrine, said an engineer working on a project between the site and the Imam Abbas shrine blew himself up. A police colonel and employee of a Karbala hospital put the toll from the bombing in the city south of Baghdad at 10 wounded. The shrines for the two grandsons of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) are among the holiest sites in Islam, and they are visited by hundreds of thousands of pilgrims from Iraq and abroad each year.