http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0506520 Title: Dark Matter Annihilation: the origin of cosmic gamma-ray background at 1-20 MeV Authors: Kyungjin Ahn Eiichiro Komatsu Comments: 5 pages, 3 figurs; submitted to PRD, Rapid Communication The origin of the cosmic gamma-ray background at 1-20 MeV remains a mystery. We show that gamma-ray emission accompanying annihilation of 20 MeV dark matter particles explains most of the observed signal. Our model satisfies all of the current observational constraints, and naturally provides the origin of "missing" gamma-ray background at 1-20 MeV and 511 keV line emission from the Galactic center. We conclude that gamma-ray observations support the existence of 20 MeV dark matter particles. Improved measurements of the gamma-ray background in this energy band undoubtedly test our proposal.