Apparently less popular than Saddam Hussein (who famously won 100 percent of the vote), Bashar al-Assad has won reelection in Syria with 88.7 percent of the vote Wednesday. The nail-biter win gives Assad, who is currently fighting a civil war because of his brutal regime, a third term in office. The opposition said his challengers were charades, and that the election was a scam. Syria's constitutional court said that turnout was 73 percent, however voting only took place in government-controlled areas. The civil war in Syria has so far killed 160,000 and displaced 3 million people.