Refugees detained on Manus Island have regularly travelled into town to allegedly have sex with underage girls and buy drugs, Australian government officials were told last month.
Police and community leaders in Papua New Guinea informed Australian officials of 161 offences involving residents at the centre, dated over the last four years.
The alleged offences include assault, sexual assault, aggressive behaviour, unlawful entry, property damage and contraband, The Australian reports.
Several children have been born from the alleged sexual assaults, the paper claims.
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