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17 April 2019, 03:32 | Casey Mitchell
Facebook outage: Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp back online
Last month, Facebook faced its most widespread and persistent system outage, with users unable to access the social network for more than 12 hours.
Both Facebook and Instagram were inaccessible while WhatsApp users were unable to send or receive messages.
In March, it took Facebook 24 hours to announce that the issue which took its social media services offline had finally been resolved. The issues affected users in Asia, Europe and the US, according to the site.
Separately, Downdetector.com also showed that there were issues with WhatsApp and Instagram, but with a relatively lower count of outage reports.
A Facebook spokesman apologized for any inconvenience.
"Earlier today, some people may have experienced trouble connecting to the family of apps".
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Facebook went down Sunday morning, in a global outage that has affected all of the company's social media platforms. "Supposedly Facebook, insta and WhatsApp are all down but couldn't care less about the other 2 just want my WhatsApp lol!"
Downdetector.com, a site that monitors site outages, reveals Facebook was down since 6:30 a.m. EST in much of the world, with tens of thousands of reported outages concentrated from the northeast U.S., Europe and the Philippines.
Facebook will likely issue comments on the outage via its Twitter accounts, but it may be a while before those statements are published.
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