China says U.S. human rights outcry is interference (Reuters) – 866th Edition

A man rides a bicycle past a billboard located near the entrance to the studio owned by detained activist Ai Weiwei in Beijing April 8, 2011. REUTERS/David GrayReuters – China said it was willing to discuss its differences on human rights “with mutual respect” with the U.S. on Saturday after rejecting a recent official report from Washington as interference in its internal affairs.

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