* U.S. forces killing of bin Laden helps pressure oil
* Dollar gets bounce from bin Laden death, weighs on oil
* Coming up: API oil stocks data, 4:30 p.m. EDT Tuesday
NEW YORK, May 2 (Reuters) - U.S. crude oil prices fell on Monday, reacting to U.S. forces killing al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and on some pressure from the beleaguered dollar receiving a bounce.
Brent crude futures also fell, as did U.S. RBOB gasoline and heating oil futures, but only after both U.S. crude and refined products and Brent crude contracts posted multi-month monthly gains on Friday.
After Friday's U.S. May gasoline and heating oil contracts expirations, the June contracts are now in the front-month position.
* On the New York Mercantile Exchange, June crude CLM1 fell $1.53, or 1.3 percent, to $112.40 a barrel by 8:31 a.m. EDT (1231 GMT), trading from $110.82 to $114.14.
* Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed in a U.S. helicopter raid on a mansion near the Pakistani capital Islamabad, officials said, ending a nearly 10-year worldwide hunt for the mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks that destroyed the World Trade Center in New York and hit the Pentagon. [ID:nL3E7G20ZD]
* Libyan government forces bombarded the port of rebel-held Misrata with rockets and shellfire, disrupting operations to bring supplies in by sea to the besieged city. [ID:nLDE74112N]
* Yemeni activists urged street protesters not to raise banners of Osama bin Laden to avoid inviting a harsher crackdown on demonstrations seeking democratic change in the al Qaeda leader's ancestral homeland. [ID:nLDE7410K6]
* Security forces arrested hundreds of pro-democracy demonstrators in cities across Syria after taking control of the city of Deraa, cradle of the uprising against President Bashar al-Assad's autocratic rule. [ID:nLDE7410V4]
* Russia produced 10.24 million barrels per day (bpd) of oil in April, up 0.5 percent from 10.19 million bpd in March and short of a post-Soviet record of 10.26 million hit in October, Energy Ministry data showed. [ID:nLDE74105W]
* Saudi Arabia's crude oil output edged back up in April to around 8.5 million barrels per day (bpd) from roughly 8.3 million bpd in March as demand picks up, Saudi-based industry sources said on Sunday. [ID:nLDE74005M]
* Qatar, one of OPEC's smallest producers, has notified at least one Asian buyer that it will supply Marine and Land crude at full contracted volumes for June, unchanged from May levels, a trade source said. [ID:nL3E7G2015]
* ANALYSIS-Commodity risk premium drop on bin Laden death seen short lived [ID:nL3E7G20RU]
* Members of militant Islamist forums said they prayed the news of Osama bin Laden's death was not true and hinted at retaliation if it was. [ID:nLDE7410HZ]
* The dollar trimmed gains as investors said Osama bin Laden's death would do little to repair negative sentiment for the dollar, which has been stung by prospects that U.S. interest rates will stay low. [USD/]
* The killing of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden by U.S. forces prompted investors to strip some of the risk premium underpinning world asset prices, lifting the dollar, boosting stocks and weakening commodities. [MKTS/GLOB]
* Gold prices slipped from record highs and silver was on track for its biggest one-day loss since December 2008 after news that al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed in a U.S.-led operation in Pakistan. [GOL/]
* Market holidays in China, Hong Kong, the United Kingdom.
* U.S. March construction spending, due at 10:00 a.m. EDT (1400 GMT), is expected to have risen 0.4 percent after February's 1.4 percent drop.
* U.S. April ISM Manufacturing PMI at 10:00 a.m. is seen a 59.9, down from 61.2 in March. 8:31 LAST NET PCT LOW HIGH CURRENT DAY AGO
CHNG CHNG VOL VOL CLc1 112.40 -1.53 -1.3% 110.82 114.14 57,007 301,604 CLc2 112.92 -1.51 -1.3% 111.32 114.62 8,725 70,560 LCOc1 124.15 -1.74 -1.4% 121.67 126.10 46,373 78,855 RBc1 3.3581 -0.0403 -1.2% 3.3100 3.4132 3,151 29,816 RBc2 3.3048 -0.0446 -1.3% 3.2551 3.3591 1,349 67,609 HOc1 3.2282 -0.0476 -1.5% 3.1747 3.2867 4,755 22,735 HOc2 3.2405 -0.0510 -1.6% 3.1906 3.3011 1,168 53,805 * NYMEX crude oil for June CLc1 fell $1.53 to $112.40 a barrel by 8:31 a.m. in volume of 57,007 lots. (Reporting by Robert Gibbons; Editing by John Picinich)