Illegal weapons and Mein Kampf found in 'Macron slap' investigation

A police search of the homes of  two suspects arrested after a man slapped French President Emmanuel Macron during a handshake tour on Tuesday in a town in south-east France has uncovered posession of illegal weapons and a copy of Adolph Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' Nazi manifesto.

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Investigators have reportedly found weapons and a copy of Hitler's anti-Semitic text Mein Kampf at the home of one of two suspects detained after President Emmanuel Macron was slapped in the face on an official visit, reports BBC News.