The outage doesn't appear to be affecting all users, and the cause for issues aren't immediately clear.
Facebook on Saturday went down with thousands of users reporting they can not access the popular social media site.
According to currentlydown.com, Facebook has only suffered 10 outages so far and none exceeded more than an hour. A live map shows that complaints from Facebook users are still coming in from the East and West Coast of the U.S.
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In a statement on Sunday, he said Egypt's participation in the event will give momentum to the Egyptian-Syrian economic ties. Assad said that hardly a week passes without an attack in the West, referring to assaults carried out by IS supporters.
"Aaaargh both Instagram and Facebook are down!, wrote one woman". So, it isn't quite clear to us whether or not the issue went away. The message reads "Facebook Will Be Back Soon".
While Instagram users were the minority, there was an even more elite group: the unaffected users. Let us know by posting your comments in the box below.
The astonishing fact is the problem doesn't happen to all the users around the globe. Facebook has issued a statement this morning that said that the problem was a technical issue and that service is being restored.
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