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Facebook, Instagram And WhatsApp Have Been Hit By A Photo Glitch

Some Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp users cannot upload or view photos, videos and files.

A spokesman for Facebook, which owns all three apps, told BBC News: “We’re working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible.”

Together, the social networks have billions of users worldwide.

In March, Facebook and Instagram suffered their longest period of disruption ever. Problems also struck both apps as well as WhatsApp in April.

The Facebook Messenger app, which is often installed separately, is also affected.

Now, may God give us enough strength to overcome this difficult time. Let’s all be united and pray in this tough time of ours.

That’s because most of us might actually have to start offline conversations which we know is one difficult thing to do.

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