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What You Need to Know: Tuesday, October 4

A cheatsheet to everything we're talking about at FLARE HQ today

ICYMI: October 4

The scene outside Kim Kardashian’s Paris apartment yesterday (Photograph: Lionel Urman/ SIPA/Rex/Shutterstock)

Kim Kardashian was robbed, and the details are horrific. The reality star was reportedly held at gunpoint, tied up and locked in the bathroom of her Paris suite while men dressed as police officers made off with $13.25 million worth of jewellery. The incident prompted Kim—as well as sister Kendall, who had only walked in one #PFW show so far—to return to the U.S. immediately.

Brangelina has reached a temporary custody agreement, which may reveal a bit about why the dream team broke up. According to TMZ, Angelina Jolie will take custody of the pair’s six children, while Brad Pitt will be allowed visitation rights. His first will be under the supervision of a therapist, and he’ll also be subjected to random drug and alcohol testing.

Steven Sabados has returned to TV after the tragic passing of his spouse and Steven and Chris co-host Chris Hyndman. Sabados joins CBC’s new daytime show, The Goods, as one of four co-hosts.

A seven-year-old is helping the world understand the dangerous reality of living in Aleppo—in 140 characters or less. Bana Alabed (@AlabedBana) has been live-tweeting her pleas for peace, with the help of her mother, since September 24.

Speaking of incredible young women, an eight-year-old U.K. girl recently posted a video sticking it to Tesco grocery stores for their gendered clothing. Wise-beyond-her-years Daisy Edmonds points out that boys’ clothes tend to get labelled with words like “Hero,” while girls’ attire is branded with phrases like “Beautiful”—and that’s just wrong in her opinion, “because we’re just as good as each other!” #Preach