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12 October 2017, 12:05 | Ross Houston
GETTYInstagram is experiencing problems for users across the UK Europe and US
The website Down Detector, which monitors popular websites for outages, shows thousands of users commented that they were experiencing outage issues.
Popular social media website Facebook is experiencing widespread outages Wednesday morning, October 11, 2017. Service began returning to users about 12:30 p.m.
Just after 11:00am EST, parts of the USA, mostly the East and West Coasts, and Europe starting suffering Facebook outages. And its users made sure to poke fun at the social network's rivals. Some users were tweeting wondering if the site was down for everyone or if it was a more isolated incident.
Reports started coming in early Wednesday morning and peaked at around 11:00am ET.
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