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Top U.S. envoy for multilateralism resigns

The top U.S. diplomat to international organizations announced he will resign, after a report documented allegations he retaliated against career diplomats.

WASHINGTON (AN) — The top U.S. diplomat to international organizations announced on Friday he will resign in late November, three months after a government watchdog report documented allegations he retaliated against career diplomats.

Kevin Moley, who was appointed by U.S. President Donald Trump to serve as the assistant secretary of state for international organization affairs in 2018, told colleagues he was retiring on November 29, his 50th wedding anniversary.

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