North Korea reveals a nuclear plant. The US says it's not concerned.

Even though US envoy to North Korea Stephen Bosworth gave no hint of military escalation, he's gone to Seoul and Tokyo seeking support to deescalate North Korea's nuclear program.

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    U.S. nuclear envoy Stephen Bosworth, right, shakes hands with his South Korean counterpart Wi Sung-lac before their meeting in Seoul, South Korea, Nov. 22. Bosworth's trip to Asia for talks on North Korea comes as new satellite images show construction under way at the North's Yongbyon facility.
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