China blasts US human rights

BEIJING (AP) — China on Thursday blasted U.S. human rights record in its annual tit-for-tat report, saying money and family connections are corrupting politics and calling U.S. airstrikes in Syria and Iraq a “gross violation of other countries’ human rights.” The report issued by the Cabinet’s State Council Information Office also cited gun crime and excessive use of force by police, and touched

on other topics including corruption in the prison system, homelessness, racial conflict and gender pay disparity. “Since the U.S. government can’t be bothered to raise a mirror to look at itself, it’s up to others to complete the task… America is still committing gross violations of other countries’ human rights, viewing lives in other countries as worthless,”  the report said.



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