N. Korea Nuclear Facilities North Korea says it has reactivated its nuclear facilities at Yongbyon. The country says it needs the reactor to produce electricity, but U.S. officials fear the plant could be used for the production of nuclear weapons. NPR's Rob Gifford reports.

N. Korean Nuclear Facilities Reactivated

N. Korean Nuclear Facilities Reactivated

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North Korea says it has reactivated its nuclear facilities at Yongbyon. The country says it needs the reactor to produce electricity, but U.S. officials fear the plant could be used for the production of nuclear weapons. NPR's Rob Gifford reports.