In Yemen, following almost a year of protests and increasing violence, Yemen's leader Ali Abdullah Saleh transfered power to his deputy who has since been elected president.
Eight months on, the BBC's Natalia Antelava examines how that model has been working for Yemen and whether it could apply to Syria.
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