Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp down for some users

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MANILA, Philippines — Social media giant Facebook and its sister apps, Instagram and WhatsApp, experienced another downtime on Sunday evening here.

Some users from around the globe were unable to access their accounts on the three platforms.


According to DownDetector, most issues reported were newsfeed and login-related.

As of writing, Facebook has not yet issued a statement regarding the issue.


Last month, Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp experienced their worst outage, being inaccessible for almost nine hours to some users globally.


TOPICS: Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp
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