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Facebook apps down for some users across the globe

Reuters Thursday, 14 March 2019
Facebook Inc said on Wednesday some users around the world were facing trouble in accessing its widely used Instagram, Whatsapp and Facebook apps, making it one of the longest outages the company has suffered in the recent past.
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Veronica De La Cruz reports on outage affecting Facebook users across the globe (3-13-2019)

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