Fourteen suspected Al-Shabab operatives appeared in a Nairobi court Tuesday afternoon in Kenya.
Several of them are reportedly linked to the Garissa University massacre in which 148 students were killed last Thursday.
Al-Shabab, a militant Islamist group based in Somalia, claimed responsibility for the attack – saying it had been a reprisal for Kenya sending troops into Somalia.
The 14 suspects were seated in a Nairobi courtroom, handcuffed, while listening to state council outline the various offenses.
The judge then ordered the men held in police custody while the investigation continues.