The lifting of martial law, imposed at the start of the conflict with Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh last September, follows an agreement between PM Nikol Pashinyan's alliance and the opposition.
The country's constitutional court ruled that fresh elections were needed after invaliding the current government installed in June. The lawmaker who cast the deciding vote in its favour to rule the country is now in prison.
Dogged by in-fighting, Israel's fragile coalition government is gearing up for a fourth election in two years after three previous polls produced inconclusive results.
The ruling Georgian Dream party, led by the nation's richest man, narrowly won the October 31 parliamentary vote that opposition parties say was rigged.
Syria is holding parliamentary elections across government-controlled areas of the country, as President Bashar al-Assad marks 20 years in power amid continuing war and deep economic woes.
Boris Johnson visited northeastern England on Saturday, the region that handed him an impressive victory in Thursday's election.
More than five months since the last federal elections Belgium is yet to form a government after a fragile coalition collapsed. This situation is far from unique. In fact, single party governments are now the exception all over the EU. Is this the new normal?
Tunisians went to the polls on Sunday as the small North African state's economy stagnates and public services decline.