One can sometimes get an HTTP 500 type error after installing a new plugin in the WordPress interface. This can also happen after you have edited a part of the style.css file, while wanting to make some changes with the website design.
It is important to make a backup before making any type of modification in your blog.
Try to remember what are the latest transactions on your site. Delete the files from the last plugin added in your FTP access. Look at the options of your site in your database (expert level required).
This can also be an error with your htaccess file.
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