North Korea said on Tuesday that it would restart its only nuclear reactor to provide material for its weapons program and electricity, a move that will add to tensions driven by Pyongyang's recent war rhetoric and boost its efforts to develop weapons of mass destruction.The reactor at the Yongbyon plant, 90 kilometers (55 miles) north of Pyongyang, was shuttered in 2007 as part of an aid-for-disarmament deal and the cooling tower destroyed the following summer. The five megawatt reactor was North Korea's only source of plutonium for its weapons program.North Korea revealed a uranium-enrichment facility at the plant in 2010, another route to provide fissile material for nuclear weapons.In a statement from its state news agency, North Korea said work to restart all facilities at Yongbyon will be "put into practice without delay."Experts said it would take many months for North Korea to get the reactor operational again. Satellite imagery in recent months has shown construction work at t...
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