Two Australian men have been charged with child sex abuse offences, leading to the rescue of three children as young as six in the Philippines.
The children, aged between six and 17, were saved after the Australian Federal Police referred intelligence on to their counterparts in the Philippines.
Two women, both aged 27, were arrested in Manila in March for their roles in facilitating the abuse.
In Australia, a 40-year-old NSW man who was allegedly communicating with the women to pay for abuse material was arrested by police in November.
Another man, 66, was charged with multiple child sex offences in Queensland in August.
"For the AFP, this work is about the children we save. Our officers never give up, no matter whether a child victim is based in Australia or overseas," AFP Child Protection Operations Detective Superintendent Paula Hudson said in a statement.
Australian Associated Press