A gunfight between security forces and armed civilians in Mexico's southwestern state of Guerrero killed 15 people on Tuesday, authorities said, the second mass killing to shake the country in as many days.
Armed assailants killed at least 13 police officers in an ambush in Aguililla, a town in west-central Michoacan state, on Monday.
A memorial service later in the day was an angry, raw-nerved affair.
Photos of the Michoacan crime scene on social media showed bullet-riddled police vehicles set on fire, as well as bodies of dead officers on the ground.
Forty-two police officers responded to enforce a judicial order in the township of Aguililla when they were confronted by 30 gunmen suspected to be from Jalisco New Generation, one of the most unsafe cartel groups in Mexico, the Washington Post reports. Many erupted in anger when Governor Silvano Aureoles addressed the funeral ceremony, shouting, "Justice!"
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"Today, a 911 call was received alerting of the presence of armed men in the community of Tepochica located approximately 5 km [3 miles] from Iguala, security units were sent to the area".
Authorities later seized "high-power weapons" as well as three vehicles which had been reported stolen.
Like Michoacan, Guerrero is also known for violence linked to organised crime and the army has been targeted on other occasions.
In Iguala, where the firefight took place, a turf war is raging between several criminal organisations.
More than 29,000 murders were recorded in Mexico a year ago - a record for the country.
Mexico's Guerrero state became the focus of public attention when 43 students disappeared there in 2014.