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The young woman, aged 18, who had just come to Ireland in recent months to live with a host family had been in Dublin on 15 July when she was allegedly brought to waste-ground in the city's south-side and raped.
The accused, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is charged with rape, false imprisonment and threat to kill or cause serious harm to the woman at the Irish Glass Bottle site, in Ringsend in south Dublin.
The man, who was described by his lawyer as having a significant history of mental problems, made no bail application at his first hearing on 21 July last.
At that hearing Detective Garda Bryan Hunt had said: "He was cautioned after each charge and made no reply to each charge."
"The Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) has directed trial on indictment on all three matters," Det Garda Hunt had also said.
The accused faced his third hearing today when he appeared before Judge Kathryn Hutton at Cloverhill District Court.
Det Garda Hunt asked for the case to be adjourned for four weeks, "for further charges" and he added that a file is to be submitted to the DPP.