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· Trump ally Grenell steps down as Germany envoy →
The envoy had already indicated he would not be returning to Berlin once the interim role in Washington was over.
· Can Russia and Turkey offer a solution to the Libyan crisis? →
In the end, however, weapons continued pouring into the war-torn country, eventually leading Ghassan Salame, the UN's special envoy for Libya, to resign.
The China Post
· UN report: Afghan Taliban still maintain ties with al-Qaida →
Zalmay Khalilzad, Washington’s peace envoy and the architect of the deal, says the secrecy is necessary to protect intelligence operations involved in enforcing it.
The Japan Times
· Trump envisions a three-way nuclear pact. China has other ideas →
Based on this reasoning, Marshall Billingslea, Trump’s newly installed top arms control envoy, announced last month in his first public speaking appearance that new nuclear talks with Russia are set to kick off soon.
· UN chief Antonio Guterres appeals protesters in US to be peaceful, urges authorities to show restraint →
The envoy responded by saying the mandate of the Security Council was not the same as the mandate of the UN Human Rights Council.
· Confront illegal wildlife trafficking with international criminal laws, former global trade chief says →
Mr Scanlon, who is now special envoy for conservation non-profit African Parks, said that in a post Covid-19 world, profound measures are needed to tackle the scale of illegal trade which drains government revenues along with impacting ecosystems and threatening public health.
· Taliban has kept close ties with al Qaeda despite promises to Trump admin, U.N. report says →
He offered no details of steps the Taliban had taken, saying it was a “sensitive issue.” The U.S. envoy also did not address questions as to whether insurgents were consulting with al Qaeda during the Doha talks.
· Civilians killed as attackers storm Niger refugee camp →
In January, the UN envoy for West Africa told the UN Security Council that attacks have increased fivefold in Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger since 2016, with more than 4,000 deaths reported in 2019.