Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, A spokesman for Facebook did not explain the nature of the problem posed to the social site and only said "A problem with the network has prevented some users from accessing many of our services or from publishing content," he said. "We quickly identified the problem and began to re-access and the problem was practically solved all over the world."
Facebook has been disrupted and users can not access or post content because of "network problems," according to social networking officials.
Facebook has stopped completely on normal computers, while the application of Messenger and Facebook Light works relatively.
Accompanied by the crash of Facebook, InterStream photo exchange stopped.
On holidays, some users thought their accounts had been hacked.
The first signs of technical problems began around 21:00 GMT on the website of Duane Detector.com, a specialist in tracking online service failures. The problems, especially North America and Europe, have been disrupted by some users.