Bizarre photographs have emerged showing an egg and spoon race organised by Somali terror group Al Shabab.
The images, which also include a hotly-contested tug-of-war, are thought to be propaganda from the ruthless group to improve its image in Somalia.
Children feature in many of the pictures.
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The Guardian reported a Somali government official saying: "This is intended as a message they are still alive."
Al Shabab has claimed responsibility for the September 21 mall attack, which killed 67 people.
Earlier this month, Kenya named four men believed to have carried out the brutal atrocity as Abu Baara al-Sudani, Omar Nabhan, Khattab al-Kene and Umayr.
It is not yet known whether the men were killed when Kenya's military stormed the building.
African Union and Somali forces are engaged in a fierce battle against Al Shabab, seen as the frontline of the war on terror in East Africa.
Some pundits think the group is on the decline, saying the Westgate mall attack was a desperate move, but there have been recent signs it is regrouping, The Guardian said.