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Talent matching startup Eightfold AI's logo is seen outside its office building in Mountain View, California, U.S. in this undated handout photo. Eightfold AI/Handout via REUTERSEightfold AI, a talent matching platform, said on Thursday it raised $220 million in a funding round led by SoftBank Group Corp's (9984.T) Vision Fund 2 that doubled the company's valuation since the previous funding round to over $2 billion. The profile will help employees find other suitable jobs within the company or help managers identify them for promotions or new jobs. He said over 100 companies and some U.S. states are customers, and that Eightfold AI is used in over 110 countries and available in 15 languages. Deep Nishar, senior managing partner at SoftBank Investment Advisers, said Eightfold AI took a more holistic approach than other companies offering solutions to recruitment and career management.
Persons: , Ashutosh Garg, Garg, siad Organizations: REUTERS, SoftBank Group, Indiana Department of Workforce Development, SoftBank Investment, Thomson Locations: Mountain View , California, U.S
Paris (CNN) France is to end its years-long anti-terror mission targeting Islamists in the Sahel region of West Africa, French President Emmanuel Macron announced Thursday. However, the mission, known as Operation Barkhane, will be replaced by a more international effort, Macron told a press conference ahead of the G7 summit. France currently has 5,100 troops in the region in connection with Operation Barkhane, operating across Chad, Mali, Niger, Mauritania and Burkina Faso, according to the French Ministry of Defense. Meanwhile, in France, Operation Barkhane is increasingly seen as a long-running drain on resources with no clear end in sight. Macron said France would now consult with its American and European partners and initiate a "profound transformation" of the French military presence in the Sahel.
Persons: Emmanuel Macron, Macron, Barkhane Organizations: Paris, CNN, French Ministry of Defense Locations: France, Sahel, West Africa, Chad, Mali, Niger, Mauritania, Burkina Faso
(CNN) The Government of Ethiopia has defended its actions in the northern province of Tigray, saying that it "condemns all acts that put the life and dignity of civilians in danger." In a press statement issued on Thursday, the Prime Minister's office said it "categorically rejects accusations of decimation of a people as a policy. "We will continue to strive to bring to justice those responsible for heinous crimes against civilians," the government statement added. Ethiopia is facing a raft of intense scrutiny over its actions in Tigray. The United Nations has in recent days expressed "grave concern" over what it has described as a "dire and deteriorating" situation in the Tigray region.
Persons: Abiy Ahmed Organizations: CNN, Ethiopian, United Nations Locations: Government, Ethiopia, Tigray, Ethiopia's Amhara
London (CNN) Britain has agreed to a prisoner transfer of ex-Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadžić, convicted of the Srebrenica genocide, to a UK prison to serve the rest of his sentence, a statement from the British Foreign Office said on Wednesday. "Radovan Karadžić is one of the few people to have been found guilty of genocide," said UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab in the statement. "He was responsible for the massacre of men, women and children at the Srebrenica genocide and helped prosecute the siege of Sarajevo with its remorseless attacks on civilians. "We should take pride in the fact that, from UK support to secure his arrest, to the prison cell he now faces, Britain has supported the 30-year pursuit of justice for these heinous crimes," he added. Karadžić, whose Interpol charges listed "flamboyant behavior" as a distinguishing characteristic, was a practicing psychiatrist who came to be nicknamed the "Butcher of Bosnia."
Persons: Radovan Karadžić, Dominic Raab, Karadžić, Read Organizations: London, CNN, Britain, British Foreign, Interpol Locations: Bosnian, Srebrenica, Sarajevo, Britain, Bosnia, Serb Republic, Yugoslavia
(CNN) The UK's public broadcaster, the BBC, received over 100,000 complaints over the level of coverage of Prince Philip's death, the network said Thursday. Figures made available by the BBC showed 109,741 complaints had been made, as of Thursday, "driven by reaction to the amount of coverage given to the death of the Duke of Edinburgh." We acknowledge some viewers were unhappy with the level of coverage given, and impact this had on the billed TV and Radio schedules." "We do not make such changes without careful consideration and the decisions made reflect the role the BBC plays as the national broadcaster, during moments of national significance," it added. A BBC spokesperson also said: "We are proud of our coverage and the role we play during moments of national significance."
Persons: Prince Philip's, Duke, Edinburgh, Prince Philip , Duke Organizations: CNN, BBC Locations: Edinburgh
(CNN) The United Kingdom and the European Union have warned a no-deal Brexit was now likely, even as they agreed -- once again -- to extend trade talks beyond a self-imposed Sunday deadline. were The talkswere initially extended until Sunday after Wednesday's meeting between European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, billed as a "last-ditch effort," ended without an agreement. Speaking in London, Johnson said the two sides remain "far apart on key issues," and warned that "the most likely thing now is we have to get ready for WTO terms, Australia terms," he warned. Australia doesn't have a free trade agreement with the European Union, even though talks to secure one are in progress. The expression "Australia terms" has been widely used by Johnson and his government as an euphemism for a no-deal Brexit.
Persons: Brexit, Ursula von der Leyen, Boris Johnson, von der Leyen, Johnson, Read Organizations: CNN, European Union, UK Locations: United Kingdom, London, Australia
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