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Papas Cante, 36, charged with raping two women in Finsbury Park

PUBLISHED: 07:37 11 September 2017 | UPDATED: 08:29 11 September 2017

Both victims were attacked near Finsbury Park station. Picture: PA/Stefan Rousseau

Both victims were attacked near Finsbury Park station. Picture: PA/Stefan Rousseau

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A man has been charged with raping two women who were attacked in Finsbury Park after nights out in central London.

Papas Cante, 36, of St John’s Court, Queen’s Drive, Finsbury Park is set to appear at Thames Magistrates’ Court today.

A 22-year-old woman was attacked in the early hours of July 22 off Seven Sisters Road. The other victim, 21, was raped in an alleyway near Finsbury Park station at 12.30am on August 29.

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