*Saudis consider halt to Yemen bombing to let humanitarian aid in. SINGAPORE, May 5- Brent crude oil futures slipped towards $66 a barrel on Tuesday, falling from a 2015 high, as Saudi Arabia considered halting bombing in Yemen to allow the delivery of aid, which eased concerns about oil supply from the Middle East. "The stronger U.S. dollar and also news out of Saudi...» Read More
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