The robot questions people it sees out on the streets
A police robot has been deployed to patrol areas of Tunisia's capital, Tunis, to ensure that people are observing a coronavirus lockdown.
If it spies anyone walking in the largely deserted streets, it approaches them and asks why they are out.
They must then show their ID and other papers to the robot's camera, so officers controlling it can check them.
This is the second week of a nationwide lockdown to contain the virus, which has killed 14 people.
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Everyone must stay in their homes, but people are allowed out for medical reasons or to purchase necessities.
The North African nation currently has 436 people being treated for Covid-19, the respiratory illness caused by coronavirus.
How does the robot work?It is not clear how many of the Tunisian..