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China exported no oil products to North Korea in November, according to Reuters, citing Chinese customs data related on Tuesday. This came in response to UN trade sanctions imposed earlier this year on North Korea over its ongoing nuclear and missile programs.

Why it matters: China is main source of North Korea's fuel, per Reuters. November was the second straight month the country didn't export diesel or gasoline to North Korea. Last week, the U.N. Security Council imposed new caps on trade with the isolated country, including limiting oil product shipments to 500,000 barrels per year, according to Reuters.

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Trump's campaign website hacked

A screenshot of the Trump campaign website after it was hacked.

The Trump campaign website briefly went down and its "About" page was modified after hackers attacked the site Tuesday evening.

The big picture: With just seven days before the election, the hackers emulated the FBI and declared on the "About" page that: "this was seized. the world has had enough of the fake-news spreaded [sic] daily by president donald j trump. it is time to allow the world to know truth." Two addresses linked to the cryptocurrency Monero appeared on the site. Trump campaign spokesperson Tim Murtaugh in a statement said no sensitive data had been exposed in the attack.

Go deeper: Twitter hack raises fears of an unstable election

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U.S. policy shift will allow taxpayer funding for projects in West Bank settlements

Friedman (L) with Netanyahu. Photo: Menahem Kahana/AFP via Getty Images

The U.S. and Israel will announce tomorrow that they are expanding three agreements on scientific cooperation to include Israeli settlements in the West Bank, Israeli and U.S. officials tell me.

Why it matters: This is a substantial policy shift for the U.S., which did not previously allow its taxpayers' money to be spent in the Israeli settlements.