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индра ева х�м�: ta bvhend humsaa herhen "cheetah pattern" budah talaar zaah bolno.

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This seems very much like you are outputting unicode (more precise: utf-8 encoded characters) correctly, but don't declare it in your Content-Type, so the browser assumes it's iso-8859-1 and displays it like that. Something like. Header("Content-type: text/html; charset=utf-8"); Should help.

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