The yellow train: a magical ride through the French Pyrenees | AFP

Nestled high up in the French Pyrenees, the little yellow train is a sight to behold. Winding its way along the mountain’s edge, from Villefranche-de-Conflent to the Cerdan plateau, and on to Latour-de-Carol on the Spanish border, it offers passengers unparalleled views of the southwestern mountain range. An authored AFPTV report.

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AFPTV looks back on the Venezuelan crisis from start of 2019 | AFP

AFPTV rewinds to the beginning of 2019 and takes a look at how the Venezuelan crisis has evolved with the appearance of opposition leader Juan Guaido, recognized as president by over 50 countries across the world, the continuing exodus of Venezuelans fleeing their home country and the serious lack of medication and food, putting lives in jeopardy.

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On patrol in the Alps with France’s “wolf brigade” | AFP

Wolf populations in the wild jumped in France last year, a faster-than-expected increase that will prompt the government to increase hunting quotas and take other measures to protect livestock herds, officials said Friday. AFPTV accompanied members of France’s dedicated “wolf brigade” as they carried out surveilance in the Alps.

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Columbine survivor says shooting showed ‘how fragile everything is’

Amanda Duran, who survived the Columbine High School shooting in Colorado 20 years ago, said the massacre shattered the feeling she had as a teenager that “nothing can go wrong.” AFPTV speaks to two survivors about the weight they still carry to this day.

Should college athletes continue to play for free?

Every spring, college basketball fever grips the United States during “March Madness”, a near month-long inter-university tournament watched by about 100 million television viewers. Considering the contest brings in a billion dollars in TV rights to the university sports league, some believe the players should be paid. A voiced version of an AFPTV report

Contested ‘beehive’ housing arrives in Barcelona on the sly

For the past few weeks Harry Kajevic has been sleeping in a 2.4-square-metre capsule flat in a clandestine location. He is one of the first residents of a “beehive”-style housing project, inspired by those in Japan or Hong Kong, which has opened in Barcelona despite not having a permit from the city authorities. A voiced AFPTV report.