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  1. Why they felt a need to remove thread after thread after thread that was not only about a major world event, but about an event THAT WAS STILL IN PROGRESS. People were posting updates on evacuation orders, suspicious devices, at least one of which turned out to be a real bomb, and casualties. Like it or not, people use sites like Reddit for up to date news, and the mods or r/worldnews proved over and over today that they don't care about any of this. People's lives were in danger, and the mods actively worked against the proliferation of potentially life saving information.
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  3. Thank you to all of you who worked to get the important information out there, and thanks to any firefighter, EMS personal, or police officer who responded. As a former EMT, I know how stressful a call can be, and I can't even imagine what it would take to respond to something of this magnitude.
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  5. Mods, you have a lot of explaining to do.