Israel-Hamas ceasefire: Life in Beersheba on day one

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Some Israelis in the southern Israeli town of Beersheba are doubtful about the ceasefire.

They say they are worried that if Gaza's borders are opened militant groups will use the opportunity to replenish their rocket supplies.

Before agreeing to the ceasefire, Israel demanded that all armed groups in Gaza stop hostilities against Israel including rocket and border attacks.

In return, Israel agreed to review its restrictions on the movement of people and goods in and out of Gaza.

Katya Adler reports from southern Israel.

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