BBC News 'No progress' during NI talks, Adams says 2017-03-26T18:24:35.000000Z Sinn Fein says Northern Ireland political talks have run their course and they don't intend to nominate a deputy first minister. England 2-0 Lithuania 2017-03-26T18:20:25.000000Z Jermain Defoe scores his first international goal since 2013 as England labour to victory over Lithuania to edge closer to World Cup 2018 qualification. London attack: Man, 30, arrested in Birmingham 2017-03-26T18:18:46.000000Z The 30-year-old was detained by police in Birmingham on suspicion of preparing terrorist acts. Two teenagers found dead at Saltburn cliff named 2017-03-26T17:49:13.000000Z The 17-year-olds were found by police at Huntcliff in Saltburn on Friday evening. Russia protests: Opposition leader Navalny and hundreds others arrested 2017-03-26T17:44:43.000000Z Alexei Navalny is one of at least 500 people detained in anti-corruption protests across Russia. Merkel set for success in Saarland bellwether vote for Germany 2017-03-26T17:07:56.000000Z Exit polls say her Christian Democrats comfortably saw off a challenge by the Social Democrats. Bradley Lowery: Terminally ill Sunderland fan appears as England mascot 2017-03-26T16:43:58.000000Z Terminally ill five-year-old Bradley Lowery leads out the England team at Wembley for Sunday's World Cup qualifier against Lithuania. Jeremy Hunt 'sorry' NHS 111 call did not spot boy's sepsis 2017-03-26T16:19:01.000000Z Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt addressed a memorial service for William Mead who died aged one. Miami Open: Johanna Konta finds form to beat Pauline Parmentier and reach last 16 2017-03-26T16:16:07.000000Z Britain's Johanna Konta beats Pauline Parmentier of France in straight sets to reach the fourth round at the Miami Open. Farage: Carswell should face by-election after quitting UKIP 2017-03-26T14:09:58.000000Z The former UKIP leader says he will write to every house in Clacton to ask if they want another vote.