That is what I love about the IAEA, nothing is definitive and they are unwilling to stand behind a statement and risk being wrong. They make ambiguous statements with the occasional leaning, though not absolutely, supporting one side. That way they cannot be blamed for anything, they can claim ?I told you so? both ways. And each side can spin it any way they want to claim the IAEA is backing their view. It works perfectly, until someone dies, but then again a nuclear attack or a useless war is not their fault. It would be funny if it was not so pathetic and dangerous.
Aden hotel used by Yemen goverment hit by grenade (Reuters)