A couple of snippets from the latest Archaeo News newsletter from Stone Pages:
Epipaleolithic findings in Monmouth, Wales
They show that the river Wye, at the Welsh-English border, was used for food and transport by Epipaleolithic Britons, some 6500 to 7500 years ago.
Early Neolithic art form Tal al-Abar, Syrian Kurdistan
Dated to c. 10,000 years ago, they include some nice artwork on chloritis, a greenish semiprecious stone. The artwork includes several panels on this material and some smaller objects.