The leftist government indefinitely suspended a private radio news show for broadcasting a story about a reported air force bombing, the Sandinista newspaper Barricada said today.

The Interior Ministry order, reprinted in the newspaper, said the show "6 O'Clock Sharp," aired on Radio Corporacion, violated the government's communication law. A newscaster aired a news service story Monday citing U.S.- supported rebels as saying the air force bombed Indian villages along the Atlantic Coast as hurricane victims sought refuge in Honduras.The article of the communication law cited by the ministry bars the media from reporting on unconfirmed events and those that threaten national security.