Four people have been charged over the terrorist attack on Westgate Mall in Kenya, which killed 67 people.
Charges against the four Somali nationals include harbouring a fugitive and illegally registering as a Kenyan.
Mohamed Ahmed Abdi, Liban Abdulla Omar, Hussein Hassan Mustafah, and Aden Abdikadir Ibrahim – have been imprisoned until a court hearing next week.
Authorities have detained dozens of people since the four-day mall siege, but had not said any suspects were directly related to the attack. It’s unclear how many arrests have been made.
The Somali militant group al-Shabab claimed responsibility for the attack and said it was in retaliation for Kenyan troops’ deployment in southern Somalia.