Press freedom in Turkey 'a major concern'
After the inconclusive parliamentary elections in June, Turkey is once again going to the polls this Sunday.
The country faces a series of challenges - increasing attacks from so-called Islamic State, violence with Kurdish militants, and the financial burden of the Syrian refugees.
To add to these concerns, there is also the issue of press freedom - although the government says Turkish journalism is one of the freest in the world.
The BBC's Selin Girit reports.
28 Oct 2015