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[en] We present a detailed analysis of the interference effects observed for ionization in collisions of fast highly charged projectiles with molecular hydrogen. We propose a nonperturbative semiclassical approach to describe the process under consideration by solving the time-dependent Schroedinger equation fully numerically on a 3D spatial grid. We present results for Kr34+-H2 collisions at 63 MeV/u impact energy and discuss different structures observed experimentally in doubly differential cross sections. The presence of Young-type minima and the absence of high-frequency oscillations are especially addressed. We also report unexpected interference patterns which can be observed for fixed-in-space molecular targets.