Some users are currently experiencing problems accessing Facebook, both on desktop and using the mobile app.
When accessing the social network, users are greeted with a message which read “no posts to show”.
Users having problems accessing Facebook was confirmed by the site Down Detector, which saw a spike in reports from 7pm Thailand time.
The problems seemed widespread with users in Thailand, Australia, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Singapore all reporting issues.
Facebook Messenger appears unaffected by the glitch.
Meanwhile, users took to Twitter to express their frustration at not being able to access Facebook.
Facebook is still down ???
— Erika ? (@ErikaDonasco) June 14, 2017
#Facebook is down, with no news feeds.
— Mouli Shankar (@mousyr1) June 14, 2017
Its down for some users.. We're unlucky to be part of the "some" ??♀️??♀️??♀️ Mine's still blank too.
— Rachel ♔ (@sweetchiqchel) June 14, 2017
ล่มอีกแล้วหรอแกรรรรร นี่คิดว่าเน็ตไม่ดี #facebookdown
— นิวจะอ่านนสสอบ? (@nnnnnw_) June 14, 2017
— Dishaa Burdya (@Dishaa_24) June 14, 2017
— Sen Flores (@RainofSen) June 14, 2017
— Shaq (@iamOnyl) June 14, 2017
— Jason Yu (@jasonycw) June 14, 2017
Last month, Facebook experienced a major outage which began in a similar fashion, with users in Australia and Southeast Asia first to report problems accessing the site.
On that occasion, million of users trying to access the site on desktop were met with a message which read:
“Sorry, something went wrong.
“We’re working on it and we’ll get it fixed as soon as we can”.
We’ll update this story as it develops.