Head of the Cultural Office in the UK Mohammad Al-Hajri told KUNA Tuesday all Kuwaiti students in the British capital are unharmed by the recent and ongoing riots and violence, and noted the majority of the students enrolled in London are in Kuwait for the summer break. Al-Hajri said the office had been keeping an eye on the situation and no report of abuse or assault or damage caused by the riots had been filed over the past two days. He urged the students still in London to avoid areas where the acts of violence are taking place for their safety\'s sake. Some areas of London are experiencing acts of violence and riots since Saturday, supposedly over the killing of a 29 year old man by Police upon arrest. Police are currently being questioned by a supervisory body over the death of Mark Duggan in Tottenham on Thursday. Tottenham includes areas which are the worst in London in terms of unemployment and has a history of ethnic and racial tension. People frequently complain of bad behavior and abuse of power by police officers during arrests and inspections. A police statement meanwhile reported more looting in north, east, and south London and said 50 young people had destroyed stores on Oxford Street, the city\'s main shopping area. The statement also reported the arrest of 215 people for taking part in the rioting, with charges filed against 25 only so far.