Syrian army forces bombarding rebel foes in Aleppo may have sound reasons for delaying the expected next stage of their campaign to take Syria's largest city -- an infantry advance that would test the mettle of their front line troops.
But while President Bashar al-Assad's forces command the skies and have an overwhelming advantage in armor, artillery and troops, faltering morale could be offsetting the army's superior firepower.
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