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    Posted: 9/5/2011 1:40:47 PM EST
    In this picture taken on Friday, July 29, Iranian youths shoot water to others with their water guns, during water fights at the Water and Fire Park in northern Tehran, Iran. Iran is trying to put down a new wave of civil disobedience - flash mobs of young people who break into boisterous fights with water guns in public parks. A group of water fighters was arrested over the weekend, and a top judiciary official warned Monday that "counter-revolutionaries" were behind them. Throughout the summer, Iranian police have been cracking down. In the first incident, in July, hundreds of young men and women held a water fight in Tehran's popular Water and Fire Park, spraying each other with water guns and splattering bottles of water on one another. Police detained dozens of those involved.(AP Photo/Milad Beheshti)
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    Posted: 9/5/2011 1:40:47 PM EST
    In this picture taken on Friday, July 29, Iranian youths celebrate with their water guns, during their water fights at the Water and Fire Park in northern Tehran, Iran. Iran is trying to put down a new wave of civil disobedience - flash mobs of young people who break into boisterous fights with water guns in public parks. A group of water fighters was arrested over the weekend, and a top judiciary official warned Monday that "counter-revolutionaries" were behind them. Throughout the summer, Iranian police have been cracking down. In the first incident, in July, hundreds of young men and women held a water fight in Tehran's popular Water and Fire Park, spraying each other with water guns and splattering bottles of water on one another. Police detained dozens of those involved.(AP Photo/Milad Beheshti)
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    Posted: 9/5/2011 1:40:47 PM EST
    In this picture taken on Friday, July 29, Iranian youths shoot water to each other with their water guns, during water fights at the Water and Fire Park in northern Tehran, Iran. Iran is trying to put down a new wave of civil disobedience - flash mobs of young people who break into boisterous fights with water guns in public parks. A group of water fighters was arrested over the weekend, and a top judiciary official warned Monday that "counter-revolutionaries" were behind them. Throughout the summer, Iranian police have been cracking down. In the first incident, in July, hundreds of young men and women held a water fight in Tehran's popular Water and Fire Park, spraying each other with water guns and splattering bottles of water on one another. Police detained dozens of those involved.(AP Photo/Milad Beheshti)
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    Posted: 9/5/2011 1:40:47 PM EST
    In this picture taken on Friday, July 29, an Iranian woman poses with her water gun, during water fights at the Water and Fire Park in northern Tehran, Iran. Iran is trying to put down a new wave of civil disobedience - flash mobs of young people who break into boisterous fights with water guns in public parks. A group of water fighters was arrested over the weekend, and a top judiciary official warned Monday that "counter-revolutionaries" were behind them. Throughout the summer, Iranian police have been cracking down. In the first incident, in July, hundreds of young men and women held a water fight in Tehran's popular Water and Fire Park, spraying each other with water guns and splattering bottles of water on one another. Police detained dozens of those involved.(AP Photo/Milad Beheshti)
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    Posted: 8/9/2011 7:30:51 PM EST
    In this photo taken July 14, 2011, actors dressed in beach attire participate in a flash mob as part of a commercial for McDonald's in Chicago. Thanks to websites like Twitter and Facebook, more and more so-called flash mobs are materializing across the globe, leaving police scrambling to keep tabs on the spontaneous assemblies. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)
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    Posted: 8/9/2011 7:30:50 PM EST
    In this photo taken July 14, 2011 actors dressed in beach attire participate in a flash mob as part of a commercial for McDonald's in Chicago. Thanks to websites like Twitter and Facebook, more and more so-called flash mobs are materializing across the globe, leaving police scrambling to keep tabs on the spontaneous assemblies.(AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)