1. Various of crowds chanting, singing and waving flags at main opposition CHP (Republican People's Party) headquarters in Ankara
2. Various of campaign bus, picture of party leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu (Turkish) 'I love you, my Turkey'
3. Various of crowds and bus
4. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Mansur Yavas, CHP's mayoral candidate for Ankara:
"Today the loser in Ankara is (Yavas' rival Mehmet) Ozhaseki. Yes, Ozhaseki and his dirty politics have lost. The winner is our democracy and all other parties."
5. Wide crowds
6. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Canberk Kantdogan, opposition party supporter:
"We are happy at last. Let's put it this way, we haven't been happy for so long. God willing, we will be happier when mayor-elect Ekrem (Imamoglu, opposition candidate for mayor in Istanbul) is also with us. We'll celebrate here."
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's ruling party led Sunday's mayoral elections but suffered setbacks as the opposition regained hold of the capital Ankara and made significant inroads in other parts of Turkey.
The elections, which the Turkish strongman had depicted as a fight for the country's survival, were largely seen as a test of his support amid a sharp economic downturn.
Erdogan's conservative, Islamic-based Justice and Development Party, or AKP, took nearly 45 percent of the votes in the elections after 90 percent of the more than 194,000 ballot boxes were counted, according to state broadcaster TRT.
The secular, main opposition party, the Republican People's Party, or CHP had 30 percent.
The CHP's mayoral candidate for Ankara, Mansur Yavas, however, won control of Ankara after 25 years of rule by the AKP and a predecessor party.
The 63-year-old lawyer received more than 50 percent of the votes, according to TRT.
The CHP and its allies also posted gains elsewhere, increasing the number of city mayoral seats from 14 in the previous local elections in 2014 to 20, according to the preliminary results.
Ankara was considered the main battleground of the race, where a former government environment minister, Mehmet Ozhaseki, ran for mayor under the banner of Erdogan and his nationalist allies.
The ruling party accused his opponent Yavas of forgery and tax evasion.