Reports from Somalia say two of the country's top national sports officials are among at least six people who have been killed in a suicide bomb attack by suspected Islamist militants.
The attack occurred on April 4 at the newly reopened national theater in the capital, Mogadishu.
Officials said the dead included the president of Somalia's Olympic committee and the national football federation president.
The Al-Qaeda-linked Al-Shabab militant group has claimed responsibility.
The theater closed in the early 1990s as Somalia descended into civil war, and was finally reopened in March.
Al-Shabab rebels were pushed out of the capital last year by troops from the African Union, but recently the group has been blamed for a number of bombings and other attacks in Mogadishu.
With reporting by AFP, AP, and Reuters