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Leading economic expert Jim Rogers traveled to 150 countries over 150,000 miles in three years - follow his adventures here on FentonReport.
In this video Jim watches a Kenya vs Tunisia football match.
The Kenya Football Federation (KFF) is the governing body of football in Kenya. It was founded in 1960 and affiliated to the FIFA same year. It organizes the Kenya Premier League (KPL) and the Kenya national football team. Kenyan football in ravaged by internal wrangles and poor finances. There is an leadership dispute of two separate factions, one led by Mohammed Hatimy and backed by FIFA, the other faction is led by Sam Nyamweya and is backed by the Kenyan government. This will be now disputed by a court trial "
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Take a tour of Bourguiba Mausoleum in Monastir, Tunisia – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
This mausoleum was built for and named after the first president of Tunisia, Habib Bourguiba.
The circular domes and archways are offset by the towering octagonal minarets marking the entrance.
Built in 1963 this structure is the burial place of Bourguiba and his family.
The gilded gold and green domes and creamy Italian marble of this structure speak to the extravagance lavished upon the building for the so called father of Tunisian modern politics.
Take in the exquisitely intricate designs covering the archways of the courtyard.
Because of its political significance and sheer beauty, this mausoleum has become one of Tunisia's coveted treasures.
Tunisia; clash in the Tadamon District
Take a tour of El Jem Amphitheatre in El Jem, Tunisia – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
The town of El Jem, Tunisia contains an abundance of remnants from the Roman Empire.
Still only half-exposed above Tunisian sands, El Jem Amphitheater attests to the legacy of ancient Roman rule.
The amphitheater's towering colonnades were meant to impress visitors centuries ago, as they impress visitors today.
This amphitheater is the third largest of its time, after the Colosseum in Rome and the Capua theatre.
In ancient Roman times, the amphitheater was used for public spectacle fights featuring chariot races and gladiator battles.
Visitors can walk the amphitheater's expansive 427 meter circumference and tour the varying levels from spectator seating to the dungeon.
Take a tour of Town of Sousse in Sousse, Tunisia – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
The Tunisian city of Sousse presents as a jewel on the Mediterranean sea.
This city has been a center of human activity for almost 1,000 years, but did not receive its current name until the 18th century.
The Tower of Ribat rises tall and stately above the rest of the Sousse skyline.
The classic Arabic architecture gives this city its mysterious charm.
Many buildings and artifacts are centuries and in some cases nearly a millennium old.
This prolific oasis offers each visitor their own unique and exciting experience within its city limits