Turks have voted in parliamentary polls for the second time in five months, where President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s AK Party tries to regain its majority, after attempts to form a coalition government after elections in June failed.
The opposition says the vote is a chance to curb what it sees as Mr Erdogan’s increasingly authoritarian tendencies.
Security is a key issue, amid clashes with Kurdish militants and attacks blamed on Islamic State (IS) militants.
Polls closed at 14:00 GMT. There is a ban on reporting results before 18:00 GMT, but authorities often lift it before that time.
Several reports say that the turnout was higher than in last election.