TEHRAN, Iran (AP) _ Authorities in Iran on Tuesday ordered a reformist newspaper closed, only four weeks after the weekly began publishing, the Islamic Republic News Agency and an official at the paper said.

The newspaper Goonagoon was the latest to be closed after the hard-line judiciary shut down 19 other papers _ all but one pro-reform _ since April amid a power struggle between conservative clerics in Iran's Islamic government and proponents of change.

The Farsi-language Goonagoon was ordered closed by the judiciary and its staff were told to remove their belongings before the building was sealed, said the paper official, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Goonagoon, or Diverse, was publishing from the same building as the reformist Asr-e-Azadegan, which was also closed down in the media crackdown.

Except for its managing director, Goonagoon's staff was made up of Asr-e-Azadegan's editors and writers.

The hard-line crackdown on newspapers came in apparent backlash to the overwhelming victory of reform candidates in February parliamentary elections. Hard-liners have also jailed several reformist writers and political activists.