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By Henning Gloystein SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices fell more than $1 on Friday after sharp gains the session before, as worries of a disruption to crude supplies due to Saudi Arabia-led air strikes in Yemen eased. Goldman Sachs said in note that the strikes in Yemen would have little effect on oil supplies as the country was only a small crude exporter and tankers could avoid passing its waters to reach their ports of destination. Brent crude was down 95 cents at $58.24 a barrel at 0636 GMT, after touching $58.17 earlier in the session. While oil prices have fallen, they could end higher than at the start of this week.