Japan is reconsidering its commitment to building light-water nuclear reactors in North Korea now that Pyongyang has reactivated nuclear facilities linked to its weapons development program in violation of a 1994 accord.

According to the United States, Pyongyang has restarted its graphite-moderated nuclear reactor at Yongbyon, which could be used to produce weapons-grade plutonium.

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