China Calls WikiLeaks Content ‘Absurd’

China Calls WikiLeaks Content ‘Absurd’ – China lashed out Thursday at the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks, dubbing its content “absurd” after the site released a raft of secret US diplomaticBeijing. When asked about WikiLeaks, foreign ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu said China refused to comment on the “absurd content of their website,” giving no other details. cables, some involving

The Wanted Interpol web page for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is seen on November 30, 2010 in Washington, DC. Interpol issued a global arrest warrant for the shadowy founder of WikiLeaks, as the chaos from its massive dump of secret US cables spread from governments to financial markets

WikiLeaks released 250,000 US diplomatic cables on Sunday, embarrassing a number of US allies and foes. Some of the documents contained allegations that China may have turned a blind eye to illicit exports of North Korean missile parts and that the top Chinese leadership was behind cyberattacks on Google and US targets.

China’s foreign ministry spokesman Hong Lei on Tuesday had urged the United States to act on the issue, but refused to comment on individual leaks involving Beijing. In one cable, Chinese officials are quoted as calling the erratic North Korean regime — China’s close ally — a “spoiled child. ( AFP )

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