An international media rights group says it is troubled over the state of Burma's media, following the mysterious shut down of the Khit-Sann news magazine.
Supporters of Khit-Sann say Burma's censorship bureau closed the privately-owned magazine earlier this month for being too pro-American.
Burma's military government insists the magazine stopped publishing because of financial problems.
The Committee to Protect Journalists says no matter what the reason, it remains concerned that conditions for the press in Burma continue to deteriorate. The group says Burmese journalists face numerous obstacles, including restrictive licensing rules and censorship boards.