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Twitter crashes, users cry 'this is the end of the world'

18 April 2018

South Africa was soon to follow. The server of Twitter was down for over 10 minutes and when the site became active once again, it was a big relief to the Twitter addicts. "Thanks for noticing- We are going to fix it up and have things back to normal". The service went offline at around 7:28 PM IST and has been offline since then.

Users of the micro-blogging site from across the world were briefly shown an unhappy robot and a message that the site has broken.

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Twitter is a popular micro-blogging which allows users to publish short messages of 280 characters or less.

The DownDetector website has reported a sharp spike in the number of problems with the site around 3 p.m. United Kingdom time.

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One of the biggest social networking websites of the world, Twitter is facing an outage across the globe.

Users took to another social media giant, Facebook, to report outages on the east coast of the US, Canada, Japan and the Philippines Tuesday.

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Twitter crashes, users cry 'this is the end of the world'