Israel moves to protect children from rocket fire

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Israeli forces are keeping up air strikes they say are aimed at stopping rocket attacks into Israel.

Some parents in southern Israel say the constant sound of rocket fire means their children are showing signs of post-traumatic stress.

Katya Adler has been visiting one bomb shelter that has been turned into a soft play centre.

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