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Facebook apologized, Friday for another breakdown in its apps and products, saying that they are aware some people are having troubles using their apps and products and that they are working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible.
A sudden, unexpected outage for social media late on Monday hit the whole world, causing everything literally to stop
Facebook and a number of its affiliated websites suffered a technical malfunction on Monday evening, without revealing the reason behind this malfunction so far.
"We’re aware that some people are having trouble accessing our apps and products. We’re working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible,” the company's account wrote in his tweet.
Instagram, in partnership with Egypt’s National Council for Women, Egypt’s National Council for Childhood and Motherhood, and UNICEF Egypt; has launched حاسبوا_على_كلامكم# - an online bullying awareness campaign across Egypt.
"Our advertising policies have long prohibited the advertisement of these products, and we will begin enforcement on this in the coming weeks."
The past week Instagram witnessed a mixture of happy and sad post that kept the general public gripped, so lets start with the biggest and happiest piece of news first.
Fake electronic accounts have recently spread on social media platforms and have been used in fraudulent or illegal activities.
Sawsan Badr posted on her official Instagram account a short movie entitled ‘’ Night at the Museum’’ which she shot with Harper Bazaar Arabia magazine.
Facebook says it has resolved an issue that caused its apps including Instagram, WhatsApp and Twitter to be down for several hours in a worldwide outage.
The song is written by Amir Teima and composed and distributed by Khaled Ezz. “Noor el-Shams” is expected to be broadcast on radio channels and TV soon.
According to the Associated Press (AP), the Middle East experiences a 58 million hour surge in Facebook consumption.
Lebanese mega star Wael Kfoury uploaded a new picture on his Instagram account with the pyramids of Giza appearing behind him.
Instagram has blocked the account of Iran’s spiritual leader, Ali Khamenei, and several Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) commanders.
Moroccan singer Saad Lamjarred recalled his childhood memories with his fans as he posted a picture on Instagram .
Problems had also been reported in South America, New Zealand and Australia.
Tunisian star Dorra Zarrouk celebrated her 39th birthday on January 13. Several Arab stars were happy to celebrate with Zarrouk.
"We quickly fixed the issue and feed is back to normal. We apologize for any confusion."
In an attempt to promote tourism in Egypt, famed Egyptian actor Asser Yassin posted his photos in Giza Pyramids on his Instagram account.