Another week, another new plague of Twitter bugs and glitches.Over the past few days, Twitter users have reported a wide variety of issues that greatly affect the platform’s functionality. Here are the most pressing ones.Disappearing tweetsPerhaps the most concerning of the new bugs involves users’ tweets randomly showing up as deleted. Tweet may have been deleted (opens in a new tab) Tweet may have been deleted (opens in a new tab) According to users who have experienced the issue, certain posts are showing up as “unavailable” or are even showing the “This tweet has been deleted” message, despite the users never having deleted them. These are not messages typically shown on tweets intentionally removed by Twitter moderators due to real or supposed rule violations. Tweet may have been deleted (opens in a new tab) This bug seems to just be arbitrarily deleting certain users’ tweets. Or, at least, making it look like the tweet has been deleted. Tweet may have been deleted (opens in a new tab) Some users have reported that tweets affected by this bug are successfully showing up when the users’ locations change, or seem to change. Twitter user @ydn1m posted a video showing that when they used a VPN to make it seem like their usually U.S.-based account was connecting from Seoul, South Korea, one of the tweets that was previously showing up as deleted had started to reappear on the platform. As Platformer previously reported last month, “Twitter has seen increased latency — the time between taking…'Why has my Tweet been deleted?': New Twitter bugs just dropped.