News script UTF-8 to ISO_8859-1?

Hey gang!

I am currently using the following script to display news from my country of Denmark

URL="https://www.dr.dk/nyheder/service/feeds/allenyheder.xml"
maxLength="500"
start="3"
end="9"

curl --silent "$URL" |
sed -e :a -e '$!N;s/\n//;ta' |
sed -e 's/<title>/\
<title>/g' |
sed -e 's/<\/title>/<\/title>\
/g' |
sed -e 's/<description>/\
<description>/g' |
sed -e 's/<\/description>/<\/description>\
/g' |
grep -E '(title>|description>)' |
sed -n "$start,$"'p' |
sed -e 's/<title>//' |
sed -e 's/<\/title>//' |
sed -e 's/<description>/   /' |
sed -e 's/<\/description>//' |
sed -e 's/<!\[CDATA\[//g' |
sed -e 's/\]\]>//g' |
sed -e 's/</</g' |
sed -e 's/>/>/g' |
sed -e 's/<[^>]*>//g' |
cut -c 1-$maxLength |
head -$end |
sed G |
fmt

Unfortunately, I am missing the three special characters in our language (Γ¦ ΓΈ Γ₯) for the feed to make any sense. It looks like the GeekTool script doesn't support ISO_8859-1, but I've read a little about being able to use something called iconv to make it work.

Can somebody please help me with this? :) Thanks!

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See the dropbox link for more examples :

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Edited a few letters.

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http://example.com/index?test=r%C3%A9sum%C3%A9

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