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No search engine cares one wit about your class names and such things are given no SEO consideration in any way, shape or form. They serve no purpose as far as content goes. They mean nothing to the end user.
Most fonts support most human languages. The problem with that page is that the text is encoded using UTF-8 but the page claims it is encoded using windows-1252. Browsers are therefore following the wrong rules to work out what characters the 1s and 0s that make up the underlying HTML source mean. When I override the encoding in my browser preferences ...
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