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officials say gold that he had not necessarily committed a crime within Turkey he was deported under what they call an administrative deportation , because the police suspicions not because of concrete evidence of a crime that they say means that you have a choice of where he could be deported soon and he chose to go back to the Netherlands , but he's been under pressure for several years to tighten control its border with Syria itself you can only do that suggests reliable information reliable intelligence , counterparts are in Europe it deported hundreds if not thousands of people over the past few years that not all of them are necessarily then tracked closely by the European authorities if they hadn't found her committed a crime or it's not really in the