By DRSCTeam (28.03.2016)
Some of you may remember it, but we released a note when the Paris Attacks took place (you can see it here).
This week, even if we're late by a few days, we decided to release one concerning the Brussels Attacks (the "Brussels Incident", as we have decided to call it at the office), that took place the 22nd of March.
As some of you may know, we have offices located both in Darlington (United Kingdom) and Brussels (Belgium), meaning some of our employees have had issues coming on time to work over the past days, due to the temporary changes in public transport.
We just want to announce all of us are safe, and that we will soon go back to our usual working schedule. We kept a minute of silence for the victims the 23rd, and, as last time, our thoughts are with the families of the victims.
The Authors and the DRSC Staff.
P.S.: Concerning the interview with Leif Pedersen, we have decided to delay it. The author travelled from Brussels to Antwerpen the 22nd, and was supposed to come back later in the morning, but, due to the incident, he ended up stuck in Antwerpen until next day, since all trains were cancelled.
[This article was supposed to have been released the 28.03.2016, but the Administration Council decided it was best not to. After a change in opinion, we decided to release it anyway, even if late. DRSCTeam, 10.05.2016]