The Chechen parliamentary speaker said the U.S. had 'no right' to tell Russia how to behave.
U.S. and Russia lead global rise in arms exports as Asian powerhouse overtakes Germany to become third-largest exporter.
The army chief of staff hailed the test on Friday on his official Twitter account as "a great national achievement."
The government-backed Security and Policing exhibition begins tomorrow.
Washington equips Iraqi army ahead of full-scale battle to recapture Tikrit and Mosul.
Libya's current competing governments are backed by militia brigades and scrambling for control.
An anti-government Islamist politician was pictured with the Ukrainian foreign minister in Kiev.
The Russian leader has boasted his country will sell "regardless" of own politics
Rabbi Menachem Margolin of the European Jewish Association wants a change in law to allow Jews to arm themselves.
A U.S.-Syrian citizen was sentenced to five years in prison on Thursday for conspiring with Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout.
Experts say the technology will give submarines better underwater range and speed compared to other diesel-electric vessels that use air independent propulsion (AIP) undersea.
If there were further complications, delivery would be delayed but the contract would not be suspended, French President Francois Hollande said
Russia said Ukraine's moves to join NATO were aimed at undermining peace efforts in the east of the country
The German Chancellor insisted the jihadist group was a major security threat to Germany and Europe
Suspicious goodwill gesture coincides with reports of Russian arms and vehicles entering east Ukrainian territory
China, Russia and North Korea have all been extending their military arsenals as anti-Japan sentiments spark security concerns
The spy agency held secret meetings with Saudi air force officers, overseeing the technical details of the kingdom's purchase of East Wind ballistic missiles