Some users were told the website was undergoing "required maintenance" when they attempted to log on, Independent reported.
This isn't the first time Facebook has faced such issue, the social media platform was hit by an outage last week crippling access to personal profiles and pages.
Facebook on Saturday went down with thousands of users reporting they can not access the popular social media site.
The issues, which began around 2.15pm, appear to be affecting both mobile and desktop versions.
Jawans Killed As Terrorists Attack Security Establishment In Kashmir's Pulwama
A police spokesperson too said all families were evacuated from the quarters and there was "no hostage situation". Reports said that militants fired a rifle grenade at an army casper in Hygam village of Sopore, 45 km from here.
Facebook has not said what is causing the issues or when users can expect the problems to be fixed.
Early reports suggest people are actually having to make conversation in real life and pay attention to their loved ones - so hopefully this outage doesn't last too long.
And celebrities are effected the most, with many left panicking over not being able to use the social media platforms.
Some users of Instagram, the picture-sharing app owned by Facebook, have also reported issues.
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