A woman looks at a “For Sale” sign on a house in Utrecht in the Netherlands.
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An alleged serial rapist went on trial Monday in a Dutch court some 20 years after a slew of attacks on women, after being linked to the crimes in 2014 by a DNA test.The 52-year old man is suspected of seven rapes and 16 other sexual assaults, but has only been charged with four rapes committed between 1995 to 2001 .The suspect has been identified only as Gerard T. by Dutch media, and was apparently tracked down after he was tried for a 2014 bike theft and required to give a DNA sample.In the first few months alone there were four rapes and six attempted assaults, the public broadcaster NOS said.
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