The clashes initially broke out on Saturday morning between supporters of the Eritrean government and opponents who gathered near a club to protest at an event that was set to host by the Eritrean embassy.
The deaths are the latest in a surge of violence linked to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which before Tuesday's shooting had killed at least 166 Palestinians, 21 Israelis, a Ukrainian and an Italian this year.
On Wednesday an Israeli raid into the Jenin refugee camp in the northern West Bank killed four people and wounded some 30 others, while a raid in a separate refugee camp killed another Palestinian. A sixth Palestinian was killed by Israeli fire in unrest in the Gaza Strip.
"Every day we get closer," said the Crown Prince when asked to characterize talks aimed at the two countries opening diplomatic relations.
Syrian air defences were triggered by the attack, intercepting some of the missiles, according to the report. The pro-government Sham FM radio said that four soldiers were wounded in the attack, which hit a military base in the western countryside of Hom.
The unrest was less intense than the previous night. But the situation remained combustible as Muslims marked the Ramadan holy month and Jews began the weeklong Passover holiday.
Israeli media confirmed that 100 missiles were fired from southern Lebanon towards Israel. According to the Israeli Broadcasting Authority, two settlers were injured in the missile attack from southern Lebanon.
Younis Haji Al Khoori, Under-Secretary of the Ministry of Finance (MoF), headed the participating UAE delegation in the first round of negotiations on the UAE-Israel agreement to protect and encourage investments,
The raid killed four people, including two civilians, said the war monitor, although it was unable to determine whether the other two deaths were civilians or soldiers.