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Facebook is down for some users.
Users tweeted that they were unable to access the social media site.
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Facebook appears to be back online after a brief global failure during which many users were directed to a "sorry, something went wrong" error page.
It is not yet known what has caused the error.
The service interruption monitoring website DownDetector appeared to suggest most of the outage was in Europe and the United States.