'A nervous country': Turkish elections amid tight security
Turkey holds an election on Sunday - the second in five months - with the governing AK Party hoping to win back its majority.
The faltering economy and the state of Turkish democracy are among the key issues.
But security has arguably become a priority for voters, after renewed violence from Kurdish militants and attacks by so-called Islamic State.
BBC's Mark Lowen reports.
29 Oct 2015
- From the section World