There is still a problem with special charaters in article_title and
SEF-URLs. Special characters like german "umlaute" (ä, ö, ü, ?) don't
work with SEF-URLs. For example the german word "spät" becomes "spät"
in the database, resulting SEF-URL is inaccessible (display on a web
page is fine, though!). When manually urlencoding the same word
(spät), it's written "spät" in the DB and "spampaumlt" in
article_sef_title, everything works fine, although the resulting URL
looks quite strange. So maybe urlencoding article-title could help
fixing that.

SEF URLS containing non-URL characters
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