Swedish journalists feel the Burmese heat

Several Swedish and Danish news media outlets said on Monday they had been contacted by Burmese regime officials urging them to withdraw their reporters from the country for their own safety. link

Meanwhile Reporters without borders lay into the Burmese junta once again,

“Several other correspondents of foreign news media, including Reuters and Agence France-Presse, have been physically attacked or prevented from working during the past month,” they said.
The two organisations said they have learned from local sources that the military censorship department, known as the Press Scrutiny and Registration Division, was harassing editors to get them to bring out issues of their newspapers and magazines containing propaganda articles.
They said that most privately-owned Burmese publications had not appeared or had been closed since the start of the crackdown. link