The charge appears in China’s annual report on Washington’s human rights record, which touches on issues ranging from homelessness and violent crime to the influence of money on politics

China is criticizing the U.S. for attacking the secret—spilling website WikiLeaks while pushing for Internet freedom around the world.

The charge appears in China’s annual report on Washington’s human rights record, which touches on issues ranging from homelessness and violent crime to the influence of money on politics.

China also condemns the killing of civilians by American forces in Afghanistan and elsewhere.

The report issued on Monday is a rebuttal to the U.S. State Department’s annual assessment of human rights around the world that said China reportedly stepped up restrictions on critics and tightened control of civil society in 2010 by limiting freedom of speech and Internet access.

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