- A U.N. report claims South Sudan's government let soldiers, militia rape women in lieu of getting paychecks
- It claims troops burned and suffocated civilians to death, in addition to committing widespread rapes
- A South Sudanese official says the report is not "genuine," says the military tries to protect its people
(CNN)Burning people to death. Suffocating them in shipping containers. Looting and destroying villages. And raping girls and women by the hundreds, if not the thousands -- sometimes by groups of soldiers, who made family members watch and took their victims away as property.