Headlines tonight: Taxi driver accused of raping young woman while driving her home from Dublin city centre

Taxi driver accused of raping young woman while driving her home from Dublin city centre

A taxi driver has been accused of raping a young woman in his cab after picking her up in Dublin city center and driving her home.

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