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What fonts support the widest range of characters? (Like Helvetica Neue LT W1G)

Need to work on an a website present in 25+ countries, and I'm looking for something I can use as a webfont.

Update: To make things even worse, it needs to have subpixel hinting so that it doesn't look like crap on Windows.

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    Japanese, Chinese, Hebrew, Arabic, etc. are not required to be the same font. Cyrillic on the other hand would be nice. – zeppelin Jan 22 '14 at 11:06
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    You need to search for OpenType faces that support Cyrillic. – DA01 Jan 22 '14 at 15:41
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If you are looking for commercial fonts, the URW Global fonts are hard to beat, as they have Western, Cyrillic, Greek, Arabic and CJK plus assorted other asian glyphs.

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Noto Sans has also (prerelease) support for many non-latin scripts

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